Harry Potter No More In Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Daniel Radcliffe aka Harry Potter has not given a confirmation for starring in the prequel, “Fantastic Beast And Where To Find Them”. J.K Rowling had promised to reveal the existence of a long mooted American school of witchcraft and wizardry in this new Harry Potter spin-off. Will it have Radcliffe in cameo? Read on for more details.
The author-celebrity J.K Rowling on social media said that the prequel of the Harry Potter series is about to start and added that it would be a trilogy series. It would picture 70 years prior to the arrival of the here musketeers: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Ganger at the magical school.
Rumors are reeling for Daniel Radcliffe to star as Harry Potter even in the prequel. However it has been strongly put forward by the actor himself that such rumors are baseless. Radcliffe had not ruled out the possibility of a cameo as Harry Potter in Rowling’s big screen return. Since the story of the “Beast” is not yet known any confirmation on the actor’s path would be in haste.
Sources confirmed that in this upcoming venture, Radcliffe and his co-stars may not be featured in the film as it is set in a different time zone. TheGuardian.
Warner Bros, the studio behind the production of the Harry Potter Mega-series announced they have started working on a new series with Rowling last month. The title of the film has been borrowed from the first year text book which Harry used in the magical school Hogwarts. Rowling has currently provided her new screen-play, it is also suggested that the institutions name would be “foreign” in origin. With its base not in New York, this film would deal with the principles of magic relating to the Native American Culture. Rowling had also published a compendium called “magizoology” in 2011, to raise money for Charity Comic Relief.
“Fantastic Beast” would soon head for production. The wizard genius Harry will sadly not be featured in this upcoming venture of Rowling, as per InternationalBusinessTimes.
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